Originally Posted by Cyclops
Set the minimum fan speed to 30 and maximum to 100 in the editor and flash again.
PS: Are you seriously running SLI 670s on a FX 4170? You know you're bottlenecking the heck out of those cards, right?
I will try that combo, but I have already tried just changing the voltage and power target. So far I am just using more power and more heat to get the same place I got before on a lower clock. Plus it is a hell of a lot less stable then before I can't even OC my memory, I had it running @1280/7010 with the unlocked bios I got the same score except it with more heat and a way lower mem-clock @1306/6008 everything I try above just crashes and the graphic anomalies are more numerous even though I am using the stock memory clock.
PS; I have a 6300 now. But I assure you there was no bottlenecking from that FX firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz(On a 1440p monitor=BL2;350fps, BF3 110fps, FC3 110fps) I only ever had a problem playing Gamebryo(Bethesda's Engine) based games and that is because it was not designed when multithreaded applications were common, ie; using more than 1 or 2 cores. Most DX11 games are using 3-4 threads these days and I play mostly DX11 games anyway. This is really a myth that must die, the word "bottleneck" is WAY to circumstantial to be summed up as just a "bottleneck"